Bibi was certainly willing to get into the limelight, what with his addressing Congress like that, so personalities do make a difference. I don’t think the American people are focused on foreign affairs for the most part. (I think Hong Kong versus China is the most interesting battle, but no one here hears loud voices from the pro Palestine left in support of Hong Kong.)
I thought that Jesse jackson back 31 years ago during his second campaign for the presidency presaged an imminent democratic party parting of ways with zionism. two things intervened: rabin and clinton. domestically the clintons took over the democratic party, friends of israel and friends of “neoliberal imperialism war machine”. in israel rabin attempted a new approach towards the PLO and that took until the election of bibi in 2009 to calm down the excitement that israel was on a new path. however close israel came during that path, it is no longer on that path and there is no reason to believe that israel will reattempt the rabin, peres, barak, olmert, teasing of the idea of rapprochement. for right now that does not appear on the horizon. so the other element is the reassertion of the jesse jackson wing of the democratic party, now known as the progressive wing or the bernie sanders wing or the elizabeth warren wing, and that wing of the democratic party is 30 years overdue for rejecting zionism.